Department News

  • Imagined or real?

    By Website Administrator | May 8, 2009

    Dr. Eugene Hynes, an associate professor of Sociology at Kettering University, authored an award-winning book that examines the Virgin Mary's apparition in Knock, Ireland, in 1879 and its connection to the cultural and religious issues of the day.

    Dr. Eugene Hynes, an associate professor of Sociology at Kettering University, authored an award-winning book that examines the Virgin Mary's apparition in Knock, Ireland, in 1879 and its connection to the cultural and religious issues of the day.
  • Developing a clean green driving machine virtual research nets real results

    By Website Administrator | Feb 25, 2002

    When Dr. Bassem H. Ramadan, associate professor of Mechanical Engineering, goes deep inside an engine, his hands never leave his computer keyboard.

    When Dr. Bassem H. Ramadan, associate professor of Mechanical Engineering, goes deep inside an engine, his hands never leave his computer keyboard.
  • Engineering better surgical techniques for a common sports injury

    By Website Administrator | Feb 13, 2004

    Football players and female athletes will jump for joy when researchers at Kettering University and McLaren Regional Medical Center complete their experiments into improving Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) surgery.

    Football players and female athletes will jump for joy when researchers at Kettering University and McLaren Regional Medical Center complete their experiments into improving Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) surgery.
  • A sacred trust

    By Website Administrator | Feb 10, 2005

    Kettering Professor Michael Callahan's new scholarly study offers a further view of the League of Nations and Africa from 1929-1946 under the Mandates System.

    Kettering Professor Michael Callahan's new scholarly study offers a further view of the League of Nations and Africa from 1929-1946 under the Mandates System.
  • Elemental absorption

    By Website Administrator | Apr 7, 2006

    An ongoing research project between Kettering University and a federal contracting corporation yields new results regarding the diffusion of chemical elements into porous materials such as porcelain tile, thus marking yet another important point of success.

    An ongoing research project between Kettering University and a federal contracting corporation yields new results regarding the diffusion of chemical elements into porous materials such as porcelain tile, thus marking yet another important point of success.
  • Research project supports Flint economy

    By Website Administrator | Aug 24, 2007

    An original research contract with a federal contracting corporation and Kettering University helps bring a little economic enhancement to the Flint community.

    An original research contract with a federal contracting corporation and Kettering University helps bring a little economic enhancement to the Flint community.
  • Recovering wasted energy

    By Website Administrator | May 19, 2009

    Kettering University researchers are working with General Dynamics to convert the unused heat energy of their propulsion systems to useful and clean energy.

    Kettering University researchers are working with General Dynamics to convert the unused heat energy of their propulsion systems to useful and clean energy.
  • Kettering researcher studies how automobiles and other devices can be powered by fuel cells - which are efficient and don't pollute the environment

    By Website Administrator | Mar 11, 2002

    Dr. Etim Ubong dreams of finding an alternative fuel for automobiles and other man-made machines.

    Dr. Etim Ubong dreams of finding an alternative fuel for automobiles and other man-made machines.
  • Tracking heavy metals requires waders

    By Website Administrator | Mar 1, 2004

    It looks like a large copy machine sitting in the shallow coastal waters of Saginaw Bay, but it is actually a sophisticated voltammetric microelectrode device being used to sample sediments in the bay.

    It looks like a large copy machine sitting in the shallow coastal waters of Saginaw Bay, but it is actually a sophisticated voltammetric microelectrode device being used to sample sediments in the bay.
  • The science of softball

    By Website Administrator | Apr 20, 2005

    Dr. Dan Russell applies the principles of physics to softball bats to help manufacturers produce high performance bats within USSSA and ASA guidelines. He has also developed a quick test to identify a good bat.

    Dr. Dan Russell applies the principles of physics to softball bats to help manufacturers produce high performance bats within USSSA and ASA guidelines. He has also developed a quick test to identify a good bat.